Host of “The Fox True Crime Podcast” Emily Compagno joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to talk about how ‘The Grinch' is the perfect Christmas redemption story. Jimmy reacts to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona's embarrassing misinterpretation of one of President Ronald Reagan's more famous quotes. Comedian Dave Landau gives his take on the pointless push by Leftists to change the name of sports teams that reference Native American culture. PLUS, Ohio Republican Congressman and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan discusses Hunter Biden's expected testimony before the House Oversight Committee next month. [00:00:00] Cardona flubs iconic President Reagan line [00:37:30] Americans being squeezed by Biden's economic policies [00:49:42] Emily Compagno [00:55:50] Dave Landau [01:14:07] Hunter Biden agrees to testify publicly [01:32:35] Rep. Jim Jordan Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We lost Sean Taylor 16 years ago today. What's your favorite memory of him? Pro Bowl Voting has opened up! Is there anyone on Washington that you would like to send? Plus why should Commanders fans look at Carolina and feel relieved? That and more on your Daily Commanders Update for 27 Nov.
Episode length: 28:46 Author: Young et. al. Publication: A mobile app to capture EPA assessment data: Utilizing the consolidated framework for implementation research to identify enablers and barriers to engagement Perspect Med Educ June 2020. Tech is never a solution for poor educational design. But, good educational design can fail because of logistics. Voting for Methodology and Educational Impact: 22:50
In the 2nd hour of the Marc Cox Morning Show: Jake Sullivan says Hamas wish to do Nov 7th again and again and again Hans von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, joins Kim to discuss the supreme court decision that threw out one small section of the voting rights act. Jennifer Kushinka gives a market update. In Other News with Ethan: Marty Krofft of H.R. Pufnstuf fame passed away, Hall & Oates are fighting, and Honda has a recall. Coming Up: Real or Fake News with Carl and Tammy Messmer
Welcome to another special episode of The Georgia Politics Podcast! Craig is joined by three guests to discuss how elected officials connect with constituents, voter turnout, and what issues drive engagement. It's a tale as old as time: voters turn out for the big elections, specifically for President and then for their state's Governor, but turnout drops off a cliff for local races. In many cases these are the races that touch issues closer to home, so what gives? Craig is joined by Eamon Keegan, President of New Prospect Strategies, Johns Creek City Councilwoman Stacy Skinner, and Lynne Riley, President of the Georgia Student Finance Commission, for a comprehensive discussion on these matters and more. Connect with The Georgia Politics Podcast on Twitter @gapoliticspod Megan Gordon on Twitter @meganlaneg Preston Thompson on Twitter @pston3 Hans Appen on Twitter @hansappen Proud member of the Appen Podcast Network. #gapol
Playwright Lynn Nottage says it's in her nature to be optimistic. And if it's true what they say that you can manifest good things by thinking positively, well, it's worked out for her in myriad ways. Nottage is the first and only woman to have won a Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice, and she's one of today's most produced playwrights. Her work, though, explores the experiences of Americans existing in the margins who have little reason to have hope. In this episode, she joins host Kai Wright to reflect on her remarkable career and share how she develops complicated characters that manage to be relatable, resilient and inspire optimism in audiences. Plus, musician David Byrne is known for a darkness to his lyrics. As the former frontman for the band Talking Heads with songs like “Psycho Killer,” “Road To Nowhere,” and “Slippery People,” it's easy to assume Byrne is fresh out of hope in humanity. Instead, he says he's motivated by the beauty of human connection he experiences when he pushes past the anxiety of being a social creature. Byrne and Kai discuss how he channeled that uplifting outlook into his Broadway show “American Utopia,” named for Byrne's 2018 album. Tell us what you think. Instagram and X (Twitter): @noteswithkai. Email us at email@example.com. Send us a voice message by recording yourself on your phone and emailing us, or going to Instagram and clicking on the link in our bio. “Notes from America” airs live on Sunday evenings at 6pm ET. The podcast episodes are lightly edited from our live broadcasts. Tune into the show on Sunday nights via the stream on notesfromamerica.org.
Trail Runner of the Year (TROY) voting is open now! This the second edition of our annual end-of-season award, celebrating the great performances and the great athletes of the 2023 season. Joining me to break it down is Travis Loncar, the creator and steward of the Freetrail Fantasy platform upon which TROY is built. We discuss some important updates to the voting algorithm, the brand new Trail Performance of the Year (TPOY), and some other details about this year's vote. Voting will be open until 12pm on Monday, 12/11 with the rollout of winners beginning on January 1st, 2024. Trail Runner of the Year (TROY) Trail Performance of the Year (TPOY) SIGNUP FOR THE FREETRAIL NEWSLETTER Sponsors: Use code freetrail10 for 10% off Speedland Footwear Use code freetrail15 for 15% off Gnarly Nutrition Get 30% off your first subscription of Ketone IQ at HVMN.com/FREETRAIL30 Freetrail Links: Website | Freetrail Pro | Patreon | Instagram | YouTube | Freetrail Experts Dylan Links: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | Strava ________________________ Other Freetrail podcast episodes you might enjoy: Kilian Jornet | The New NNormal Tim Tollefson | The Infinite Game Clare Gallagher | Black Canyon 100k Champion Jim Walmsley | Engagement, Moving to Europe, Western States, and UTMB
COBB LIFE for November 26th Publish Date: November 22nd Henssler :15 INTRODUCTION From the Henssler Financial Studio, welcome to Cobb Life, proudly brought to you by the Marietta Daily Journal. I'm your host, Keith Ippolito, waving the flag for the BG Ad Group. Buckle up because today, we're diving into a special holiday edition of Cobb Life. And hey, a big shoutout to our show's sponsor, Credit Union of Georgia, for making it all happen. Now, I know you've got your cup of coffee or maybe a warm cocoa in hand, and you've settled into your favorite spot. It's Sunday, and it's time for Cobb Life. We've got a fantastic lineup in store for you today, but before we spill the beans, let's talk about the annual Cobb Life Magazine Best of Cobb contest. Oh yeah, it's that time of the year, folks! But wait, there's more excitement coming your way. We'll be revisiting a chat that our very own Brian Giffin had with Pam Treadway from the American Bull Riders Tour. So, don't even think about touching that dial because this is a special holiday edition of Cobb Life that you absolutely don't want to miss. So, get cozy, relax, and let the holiday vibes sink in. It's your Sunday dose of Cobb Life, and we're thrilled to have you right here with us. Stick around, and let's make this holiday Cobb Life unforgettable. BREAK: ESOG –– ELON – CU of GA Hey there, Cobb County folks! Welcome back to Cobb Life, your go-to source for all the happenings around our neck of the woods. Now, hold on to your hats because we've got some news that'll get you pumped up. You know what time it is, right? Yep, it's that season again – the annual Cobb Life Magazine Best of Cobb contest is making a comeback! I'm not kidding, the Best of Cobb 2024 is on like Donkey Kong, and we're here to spill the beans. Voting kicked off on Monday, and you've got until January 5th to make your voice heard. Now, I get it, life's busy, but why wait? Let's dive in! Guess what? As of Tuesday morning, the Best of Cobb brainiacs have already tallied more than 7,500 votes! And hold onto your hats again, they're predicting a record-breaking turnout this year. Last time, we smashed over 379,000 votes. Talk about community spirit, right? Ty Tumlin, the Marketing Guru over at Times-Journal, Inc., spilled the beans, saying, "We're off to a really strong start." I mean, how cool is it to see the community rallying behind their faves, from local hangouts to the people who make Cobb County tick? Now, with over 2,800 nominations in the ring, the competition is fierce, my friends. Whether you're riding hard for your favorite breakfast spot, your go-to realtor, that hair salon you swear by, or the mechanic who keeps your wheels turning – every vote counts. It's not just a contest; it's a chance to give props to the businesses that make Cobb County feel like home. Hold on to your excitement because here's the grand finale – the winners of the 2024 Best of Cobb will be unveiled in the March issue of Cobb Life Magazine. Can you feel the anticipation building up? But wait, there's more! Mark your calendars for March 21st because there's going to be a shindig at the Jim Miller Event Center. Live tunes, mouthwatering grub, drinks, and more, all to celebrate these awesome winners. It's gonna be a bash you won't wanna miss, and everyone's invited! Now, you're probably thinking, "How do I get in on this action?" Easy peasy. Voting is open until January 5th at 11:59 p.m. Swing by thebestofcobb.com to cast your votes for your absolute favorites. Whether it's that cozy local café, the realtor who helped you snag your dream pad, or the wizard mechanic who keeps your car humming, let your voice be heard! And with that, we're wrapping up this segment of Cobb Life. But don't you dare go anywhere because up next, Brian Giffin's got a chat with the one and only American Bull Rider Tour Pam Treadway! It's gonna be a wild ride, so stay tuned! BREAK: DAYCO – INGLES 2 – CHRISTMAS PIEDMONT ***Pam Treadway - American Bullriders*** And we'll be right back with closing comments after this. BREAK: DRAKE – HENSSLER :60 Signoff: And there you have it, another fantastic episode of Cobb Life in the books. A big thank you for being part of our awesome audience this week. I hope you enjoyed this holiday episode as much as I did. Make sure to pencil in every Sunday on your calendar because we've got more captivating conversations from Cobb County coming your way. I'm your host, Keith Ippolito, proudly waving the BG Ad Group banner. 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“The Influence of Environmental Activism on Gen Z Voting” unites four environmental leaders from a variety of backgrounds for a thought-provoking discussion about environmental activism and civic engagement. Representing the voices of student activists as well as professional environmentalists, our speakers will explore the movement's impact on voting and youth turnout in recent elections and discuss the strength of environmental activism as a form of civic engagement. Accomplished leaders in their own right, panelists will share their personal journeys and provide key takeaways from the intersection of environmentalism and politics, to inspire the next generation of voters and citizen leaders. This event is part of the Creating Citizens Speaker Series at UC Berkeley, a partnership between The Commonwealth Club, the Associated Students of the University of California Vote Coalition, and the University of California National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement. The series gives UC Berkeley students and community members opportunities to listen to and ask questions of leading minds in politics, media and education as they learn how to become better, more involved citizens. We look forward to welcoming community members and students from around the Bay Area to participate in this riveting conversation and to join us for future programs in the Creating Citizens Speaker Series. This program is part of The Commonwealth Club's civics education initiative, Creating Citizens. Produced in partnership with the EAVP Vote Coalition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yulia Kovaliv, Ukrainian Ambassador; Senator Bernadette Clement, Independent Senators Group – Ontario; The Front Bench with: Christy Clark, Tom Mulcair and Stephanie Levitz.
Democrats are becoming increasingly concerned by the growing number of third-party candidates who could run in 2024. Jennifer Palmieri and former Sen. Claire McCaskill take a deep dive into the potential spoilers. Plus, Third Way's Matt Bennett warns Jen and Claire about something they had no idea about!
Allison McManus, Senior Director for National Security and International Policy at the Center for American Progress Action Fund, joins the show to discuss a new temporary ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas, the implications for the region, and the U.S. response to the conflict. Daniella and Colin also talk about a recent House ethics report on Rep. George Santos (R-NY) and an 8th Circuit ruling that could gut the Voting Rights Act.
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The Indian Citizenship Act of 1924 extended the right to vote to all Native Americans, but many encountered obstacles to voting, serving on juries, and giving testimony in courts. Learn more about how these obstacles were removed in this episode! Center for Civic Education
With each passing day, more Israeli bombs are falling on Gaza, more bodies are being blown apart and buried under the rubble, over a million Palestinians have been displaced from their homes. Over the past month and a half, the world has borne witness to a genocidal military campaign to clear out Gaza once and for all, and every day, every hour, it feels like the chance to stop one of humanity's most inhumane crimes is slipping through our fingers, and the powers that be have shown no interest whatsoever in listening to the thundering calls for a ceasefire coming from governments and mass demonstrations around the world, particularly the Biden administration in the US, the increasingly fascistic Netanyahu government in Israel, and the arms manufacturers and war profiteers who are raking in billions from manufacturing mass death. This is prompting people of conscience around the world, including unions and worker-led groups, to speak out and take action to try to stop the slaughter.One of those unions is the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys – UAW Local 2325 (ALAA), whose members include legal aid workers at over 25 organizations, including the Bronx Defenders, Brooklyn Defender Services, Neighborhood Defender Service, and the Legal Aid Society of New York City. Last week, ALAA members were preparing to hold a vote on whether or not to approve the union publicly issuing a "Resolution Calling for a Ceasefire in Gaza, an End to the Israeli Occupation of Palestine, and Support for Workers' Political Speech." In the lead-up to the vote, union members at different legal aid offices reported strong opposition from management. “These statements call for the elimination of the state of Israel and the annihilation of the Jewish people,” Twyla Carter, Chief Executive Officer of the Legal Aid Society, reportedly told staff, expressing concern that certain donors would pull funding from the Legal Aid Society if the union passed the resolution. Then, on Thursday, Nov 16, as Akela Lacy reports at The Intercept, "attorneys at the Legal Aid Society of Nassau County sued in New York State Supreme Court to stop the vote, saying it posed an ethical dilemma for attorneys that would make it “impossible for them to properly do their job as Public Defenders.” Those four attorneys were ALAA bargaining unit members. "On Friday," Lacy continues, "the court granted a temporary restraining order enjoining the vote. Voting had gotten underway at 9 a.m. and only 15 minutes were left on the clock when the injunction was issued. The tally never got underway."In this urgent episode of Working People, TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez speaks about this unprecedented attack on union democracy and workers' free speech rights with three ALAA members: Allie Goodman, an attorney in the Family Defense Practice at Bronx Defenders; Michael Letwin, a former public defender at Legal Aid in Brooklyn for 37 years who also served as president of ALAA – UAW Local 2325 for 13 years; and Dany Greene, who has worked as a public defender for six years, four of which were spent at Bronx Defenders, where they helped found and organize the BXD Union, and who now works at an appellate office focusing on criminal appeals.Read the transcript of this podcast here.Post-Production: Jules TaylorHelp us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Thom Brennaman hosts Tuesday's Off The Bench. Topics include the Bengals Losing to the Ravens 34-20. Joe Burrow and the Bengals started off hot... Then tragedy struck as Joe Burrow grimaced in pain holding his right wrist... Leaving the game and now out for the season... We preview the Weekend slate of Football games with our pick of the week and try to map out what the Bengals need to do in order to make the playoffs. Can Jake Browning do enough to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers? The Biggest Football game of the Year so far is Ohio State vs Michigan! Can Kyle McCord do enough to beat Jim Harbaugh and J.J. McCarthy?
Episode length: 27:23 Author: Young M. Publication: The utility of failure: a taxonomy for research and scholarship Perspect Med Educ. 2019 Dec;8(6):365-371. Purpose of study: Meredith riffed philosophy of science concepts and on Firestein's book called Failure: why science is successful (Oxford Press 2016) and explored the idea that failure of a well-designed study has benefit. She set out to: • provide language for describing scholarly failures, • promote learning and interpretation from failed projects, and • support discussions of the value of failed scholarly projects (p.366). Voting for Methodology: 25:13
Detroit is in the process of changing its voting district boundaries. Yurij Rodensky, Senior Council at the Brennan Center's Democracy Program, spoke with Nick Austin about the pros and cons of single-member and at-large districts. Sheila Cockrel, CEO of CitizenDetroit and former Detroit city council member, explored the history of Detroit's district changes, and what should be made of the newly proposed district voting boundaries.
Dave Hilbert, the marketing manager of The Silver Slipper, joined Bobby and Mike. The guys discussed LSU QB Jayden Daniels' candidacy for the 2023 Heisman Trophy. Bobby compared the 2023 LSU offense to Joe Burrow's 2019 offense. They spoke to a WWL listener about the Heisman race. Bobby and Mike interviewed Tim Rebowe, the head football coach of the Nicholls State Colonels. Mike congratulated Rebowe's candidacy for the annual Eddie Robinson Award, given to the top FCS coach. Rebowe previewed their FCS playoff matchup vs. Southern Illinois after going undefeated in Southland Conference play.
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With each passing day, more Israeli bombs are falling on Gaza, more bodies are being blown apart and buried under the rubble, over a million Palestinians have been displaced from their homes. Over the past month and a half, the world has borne witness to a genocidal military campaign to clear out Gaza once and for all, and every day, every hour, it feels like the chance to stop one of humanity's most inhumane crimes is slipping through our fingers, and the powers that be have shown no interest whatsoever in listening to the thundering calls for a ceasefire coming from governments and mass demonstrations around the world, particularly the Biden administration in the US, the increasingly fascistic Netanyahu government in Israel, and the arms manufacturers and war profiteers who are raking in billions from manufacturing mass death. This is prompting people of conscience around the world, including unions and worker-led groups, to speak out and take action to try to stop the slaughter. One of those unions is the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys – UAW Local 2325 (ALAA), whose members include legal aid workers at over 25 organizations, including the Bronx Defenders, Brooklyn Defender Services, Neighborhood Defender Service, and the Legal Aid Society of New York City. Last week, ALAA members were preparing to hold a vote on whether or not to approve the union publicly issuing a "Resolution Calling for a Ceasefire in Gaza, an End to the Israeli Occupation of Palestine, and Support for Workers' Political Speech." In the lead-up to the vote, union members at different legal aid offices reported strong opposition from management. “These statements call for the elimination of the state of Israel and the annihilation of the Jewish people,” Twyla Carter, Chief Executive Officer of the Legal Aid Society, reportedly told staff, expressing concern that certain donors would pull funding from the Legal Aid Society if the union passed the resolution. Then, on Thursday, Nov 16, as Akela Lacy reports at The Intercept, "attorneys at the Legal Aid Society of Nassau County sued in New York State Supreme Court to stop the vote, saying it posed an ethical dilemma for attorneys that would make it “impossible for them to properly do their job as Public Defenders.” Those four attorneys were ALAA bargaining unit members. "On Friday," Lacy continues, "the court granted a temporary restraining order enjoining the vote. Voting had gotten underway at 9 a.m. and only 15 minutes were left on the clock when the injunction was issued. The tally never got underway." In this urgent mini-cast, we speak about this unprecedented attack on union democracy and workers' free speech rights with three ALAA members: Allie Goodman, an attorney in the Family Defense Practice at Bronx Defenders; Michael Letwin, a former public defender at Legal Aid in Brooklyn for 37 years who also served as president of ALAA – UAW Local 2325 for 13 years; and Dany Greene, who has worked as a public defender for six years, four of which were spent at Bronx Defenders, where they helped found and organize the BXD Union, and who now works at an appellate office focusing on criminal appeals. Additional links/info below… Labor for Palestine website and Twitter/X page Association of Legal Aid Attorneys, United Auto Workers Local 2325, "Resolution Calling for a Ceasefire in Gaza, an End to the Israeli Occupation of Palestine, and Support for Workers' Political Speech" Akela Lacy, The Intercept, "Public Defenders Get Restraining Order to Block Their Own Union from Voting on Gaza Statement" Jake Johnson, Common Dreams, "Bar Association Urged to Fight Censorship of Pro-Palestinian Voices" Permanent links below... Working People Patreon page Leave us a voicemail and we might play it on the show! Labor Radio / Podcast Network website, Facebook page, and Twitter page In These Times website, Facebook page, and Twitter page The Real News Network website, YouTube channel, podcast feeds, Facebook page, and Twitter page Featured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive: freemusicarchive.org) Jules Taylor, "Working People" Theme Song
Tuesday, November 21st, 2023 Just in time for Thanksgiving, Neal Rickner joins us to talk about the American Values Coalition, a growing community of Americans who are empowered to lead with truth, reject extremism and misinformation, and defend democracy. Get some pointers to dialogue across political divides and across the table. First, have the courage to have the conversation. As much as hiding in the kitchen sounds preferable, we're going to engage on the issues one relationship at a time. Begin the conversation with a thoughtful question, and then sit back and really listen. Since we rely on the news to understand what's happening in the world, our news choices frame our reality. In fact, media source is among the top indicators of political choice. Consult multiple news sources and bring more truth to the conversation. Follow American Values Coalition on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ourvaluesngo Follow Mila on Twitter: https://twitter.com/milaatmos Follow Future Hindsight on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurehindsightpod/ Love Future Hindsight? Take our Listener Survey! http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=6tI0Zi1e78vq&ver=standard Take the Democracy Group's Listener Survey! https://www.democracygroup.org/survey Want to support the show and get it early? https://patreon.com/futurehindsight Check out the Future Hindsight website! www.futurehindsight.com Read the transcript here: https://www.futurehindsight.com/episodes/have-the-conversation-neal-rickner Credits: Host: Mila Atmos Guests: Neal Rickner Executive Producer: Mila Atmos Producer: Zack Travis
Marvelous Monday with Dr. Shirley McKellar is always the way to start the week! It is our civic responsibility to stay informed on the issues, pay close attention to the actions and decisions of our elected officials, and educate ourselves and others about the importance of VOTING in every election! Let's work together to be the change we need!
In this Livestream, Publisher Tim Esterdahl and Jill Ciminillo discuss new truck reliability, the current slate of finalists for NACTOY voting and a wrap-up of the LA Auto Show. Finally, they discuss what they are thankful for heading into Thanksgiving.
The Stage Craft of Jan 6th, The Many Lies if the Government, Lara Trump New Song, Hand Count Voting, Simple is Better.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Stage Craft of Jan 6th, The Many Lies if the Government, Lara Trump New Song, Hand Count Voting, Simple is Better.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Stage Craft of Jan 6th, The Many Lies if the Government, Lara Trump New Song, Hand Count Voting, Simple is Better.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul Hoynes and Joe Noga look how Cleveland is re-shaping its roster and weigh in on unanimous votes for postseason awards. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 bet. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Bet must win. Ends 11/20/23 @ 11:59pm ET. Stepped Up SGP: 1 Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Min $1 bet. Max bet limits apply. Min. 3-leg. Each leg min. -300 odds, total bet +100 odds or longer. 10+ leg req. for 100% boost. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm ET. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/footballterms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
*National Sorghum Producers approves of the one-year Farm Bill extension. *It has been another tough year for Texas peanut growers. *Texas has another case of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza. *Higher production costs have been a major challenge for production agriculture. *Voting is underway across Texas in the Farm Service Agency County Committee elections. *November has been a pleasant month so far in Central Texas. *A lot of interesting research has been done on microbes in the equine intestine. *The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has confirmed a case of Chronic Wasting Disease in East Texas.
What's Good Family!! Check out Jimmy Bonds Podcast airing Mon thru Fri @8AM EST on Illadelphia Radio!! illadelphiaradio.com Welcome Back to Another Episode!! On this 3 part episode we are joined by Ruth Jean Charles!! Ruth Jean Charles was born in Haiti and immigrated to the US at age 10. She was able to provide us with her first hand perspective of the state of immigrations in America, the importance of obtaining the right to vote and her family's journey adapting to life in the a new country. During our conversation Ruth shares her experience of migrating to the US and the challenges she went through to become a naturalized US citizen. She also discusses the first time she got to vote as a US citizen and the stigmas that come along with being a immigrate in certain communities. In addition Ruth shares how her father was the first family member to come to the US and how he was able to sponsor 6 other members of her family. And Much More!!!! So tune in family and let's #openthedialogue with Ruth Jean Charles!! #jimmybondspodcast #newepisode #illadelphiaradio #indiestation #indienation #interview #ruthjeancharles #haitian #Haiti #immigration #voting #vote #naturalization #elections #family #uscitizens #permanentresident #theborder #881fm #951fm #wpeb #westphilly #westphillyvoices #everyvoice #everyvote #voteineveryelection #stayup #dontsleeponyourdreams You can also listen to the podcast Live every Wed at 8pm on WPEB Radio 88.1FM West Philadelphia https://scribe.org/wpeb-881-fm
Boston's Big Dig started as a vision for a large-scale highway tunnel system that became a cautionary tale about American infrastructure. Guest host Nancy Solomon speaks with Ian Coss, host of The Big Dig podcast from WGBH and PRX, which dives into the history behind some of the most notable infrastructure projects in the Greater Boston area leading up to The Big Dig, which became “a symbol of waste and corruption.” Nancy and Ian talk through the notorious failures and unsung successes of the Big Dig, what we do with the lessons learned, and what it means for the future of our communities. Plus, we hear from people around the country about their experiences with massive infrastructure projects in their cities. Tell us what you think. Instagram and X (Twitter): @noteswithkai. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Send us a voice message by recording yourself on your phone and emailing us, or going to Instagram and clicking on the link in our bio. “Notes from America” airs live on Sunday evenings at 6pm ET. The podcast episodes are lightly edited from our live broadcasts. Tune into the show on Sunday nights via the stream on notesfromamerica.org.
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Matt Walsh: “It's not fundamental to your human nature that you automatically are entitled to have a say over the political system in your country” Walsh: “We should really be talking about this - that there are a lot of people who are voting in this country who should not have that right. They don't deserve it.” is an American right-wing political commentator. He is the host of The Matt Walsh Show podcast and is a columnist for the American conservative website The Daily Wire. He has authored four books and starred in The Daily Wire online documentary film What Is a Woman? Independent Thought is joining with Counterpoint Politics, Cocktails and Capitalism & Power Is Taken Not given, to create a brand new show - The Left Wing Firstly, yes, Independent Thought is still going to continue, this is an additional show that I'll be a part of. It's a weekly show, geared towards discussing major news stories with other content creators on the Left. We have a brand new YouTube channel where you can find all of these episodes, but I also wanted to release a few of our older episodes on the podcast. To see our latest episodes, head to the YouTube link below. *** The video of the episode is attached for all Spotify users *** Follow - The Left Wing: YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@TheLeftWingPod Follow - TJ Whitehead: TIK TOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@poweristakennotgiven Follow - Counterpoint Politics: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/counterpoint_politics/ Follow - Cocktails & Capitalism: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/cocktailsandcapitalism/ Follow - Independent Thought: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/independentthought/?hl=en --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/indethought/support
Join Jim and Greg as they serve up two good martinis and a bad one to wrap up the week. First, they welcome Major League Baseball quietly announcing the 2025 All-Star Game will be in Atlanta, never mentioning that it removed the game from Atlanta in 2021 under the absurd pretext that Georgia's new voting laws were racist and constituted voter suppression.They're also glad to report that were some positive results in last week's Virginia elections, including a final reckoning for the Loudoun County prosecutor and school board who covered up a sexual assault in the name of diversity and even prosecuted the father of the victim instead of the perpetrator.Finally, they dive into Elon Musk endorsing a post on X alleging Jews have a "dialectical hatred of whites." Please follow our great sponsors:4Patriothttps://4Patriots.com/martiniCatch the deal of the day before it is gone!
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Well, this was a shocking turn of events! "Comedian" Michael Rappaport, former militant anti-Trumper, has come out with a shocking claim. He may change his orange-man-bad tune and vote for Donald Trump in 2024. Tune in for the miracle cure to Trump Derangement Syndrome and an almost-endorsement of the peacetime president.
Thursday, November 16th, 2023 Theda Skocpol is the Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology at Harvard University and co-author of Rust Belt Union Blues: Why Working-Class Voters are Turning Away from the Democratic Party. We learn how unions are true laboratories of democracy and why their demise has eroded our democratic culture. Unions were at the heart of local communities well beyond bargaining for contracts. They were part of recreational and social life, and even the churches were aligned with unions. There was a sense of solidarity for fellow union members, pride in their work, and a natural alignment on politics. If elections are about voting for who is on your side, then politics is partly about who we are — and who they are. American democracy is at an inflection point and the question is whether the news who are engaged are willing to practice and defend democracy. Learn More About Theda: https://scholar.harvard.edu/thedaskocpol/home Follow Mila on Twitter: https://twitter.com/milaatmos Follow Future Hindsight on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurehindsightpod/ Love Future Hindsight? Take our Listener Survey! http://survey.podtrac.com/start-survey.aspx?pubid=6tI0Zi1e78vq&ver=standard Sponsor: Thanks to Shopify for supporting Future Hindsight! Sign up for a $1/month trial period at shopify.com/hopeful. Take the Democracy Group's Listener Survey! https://www.democracygroup.org/survey Want to support the show and get it early? https://patreon.com/futurehindsight Check out the Future Hindsight website! www.futurehindsight.com Read the transcript here: https://www.futurehindsight.com/episodes/unions-and-democracy-theda-skocpol Credits: Host: Mila Atmos Guests: Theda Skocpol Executive Producer: Mila Atmos Producer: Zack Travis
While Republicans were busy fighting each other in the House and inside Senate hearings this week, Democrats worked together to avert a government shutdown. Former Sen. Claire McCaskill and Jennifer Palmieri explain what they see as the GOP's culture of violence and what Democrats need to do to keep control of the Senate in 2024. Plus, President Biden's Deputy Campaign Manager, Rob Flaherty, joins to talk about the president's digital campaign strategy.
In recent years, Winooski, Montpelier and Burlington made it possible for all legal residents to vote — including asylum seekers, refugees and green card holders like our winning question-asker, Charlotte Blend. Charlotte has been excited to vote on local issues and she's curious about the impact of the rule changes in the towns where it's now legal. Reporter Mikaela Lefrak talks to new Vermont voters — and a lot of city clerks — about how the at-times controversial changes in local election policy have affected three Vermont cities, from their councils and school boards to their residents. Find the web version of this story here.This episode was reported by Mikaela Lefrak and produced by Sabine Poux. Editing and additional production from the rest of the Brave Little State team: Josh Crane and Burgess Brown. Digital support from Sophie Stephens. Angela Evancie is Brave Little State's Executive producer. Theme music is by Ty Gibbons; other music by Blue Dot Sessions.Special thanks to Martin Austermuhle, Elaine Wang, Liz Edsell, Tracy Dolan and Anna Tadio.As always, our journalism is better when you're a part of it:Ask a question about VermontVote on the question you want us to tackle nextSign up for the BLS newsletterSay hi on Instagram and Reddit @bravestatevtDrop us an email: email@example.comCall our BLS hotline: 802-552-4880Make a gift to support people-powered journalismLeave us a rating/review in your favorite podcast appTell your friends about the show!Brave Little State is a production of Vermont Public and a proud member of the NPR Network.
Filling in for Glenn, Pat and Stu analyze the latest Republican debate and the candidates' performances. Critiquing presidential candidates is a crucial aspect of the primaries, and Pat and Stu go through the candidates' various weaknesses during the debate. The most essential U.S. interest right now is avoiding World War 3. Pat and Stu take calls from listeners to gauge their feelings about the candidates' performances in the third debate. How does the topic of abortion affect the elections? Pat and Stu outline the issue with the candidates' stances on abortion and how they reflect the thoughts of the American voters. Will Donald Trump be removed from ballots? Pat and Stu discuss the Left's possible thought process of hoping Trump wins the Republican primary but is forbidden to win the general election. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices